In the final review of my favourite routines from 2015, I look back at the floor performances that have caught my eye. Again there are so many that I could have doubled this post, so consider it a small selection!
In the second part of my look back over 2015, this time I’m sharing some of my favorite beam performances. Part year in review, part celebration from a fantastic year at all levels of elite WAG in Great Britain as we continued to climb higher than ever before.
Just before we enter 2016 with everything it will bring, a look back at some of my favourite routines over the last twelve months. Part year in review, part celebration from a fantastic year at all levels of elite WAG in Great Britain as we continued to climb higher than ever before.
We have arrived at the end of the year, with all senior competitions done, a look at the highest scores given to the British Seniors through 2015. The top ten scores on each piece, and all around.
The following gymnasts have been offered places on the High Performance Junior European Squad from the 1st of January to the 31 May 2016. This squad is for girls in the 2nd year of Espoirs, and both junior years, so for 2016 girls, born 2001 – 2003.
Louise McColgan Largs GC 2nd AA juniors Three British Internationals travelled to Arques in Northern France to take part in the 20th annual Tournoi International de Gymnastique Artistique du Pas-de-Calais. Gymnasts competed in Senior, Junior, and Age group 1 for the AA, then for apparatus finals the junior and senior gymnasts competed together. Welsh Gymnast Rebecca…
Notts gymnast Ellie Downie has had an unbelievable start to her senior career throughout 2015, and joins the exclusive list of Beth Tweddle, Claudia Fragapane, and of course sister Becky, as the only British WAG gymnasts to hold European and world medals. She talks to British Gymnewstics about her junior career, her first year as a senior, and of course growing up with a sibling who was already an Olympian as she was just starting to compete in the age group system.